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and cal tran says the main beacon was working fine. the national transportation safety board said, from washington, dc, this will take time. >> we do not determine a cause early on in an investigation. it usually takes maybe 12 to 18 months before we determine a cause but we are at the beginning stage of the investigation and at this point we are collecting as much data as we can. >> the disaster here on the bay in november of 2007, and the final report did not come out until may of 2009 so when he is talking about 12 to 18 months he knows what he is talking about. the transportation commission says damage to the bay bridge, the bridge structure, structurally it is sound but the damage to the fundser system at base of the tower could cost $3 million to fix, there is a lot of work that goes into it and much of the work is below the diving lines which causes additional cost. >> thank you. we have breaking news from new jersey, like pictures right there where an academy bus collided with a mini school bus and the school bus flipped over on to its side. there is a man on the ground being ch
's other co-founder, andrew ng. >> most people today will never have access to a princeton, stanford, cal tech class. but now, if you wake up tomorrow morning and you decide you want to take a cal tech class, you can. you can just sign up for one, and it's free. >> reporter: math teacher salman khan started providing free online classes in 2010 out of his house, arguing that new approaches to teaching were needed. he inspired stanford professor sebastian thrun and colleague peter novick to put a course on artificial intelligence online just last year. >> and to our surprise 160,000 students signed up. we managed to graduate 23,000 students at stanford graduate- level quality in a specialized subject area called artificial intelligence, which means peter and i taught more students than all the professors in the world combined in the same subject area. >> reporter: were you amazed by this, or did you expect it? >> i was blown away, and it changed my life. >> reporter: after that success, thrun founded udacity, a fast- growing startup in palo alto, financed with venture capital money, offeri
amendment, i encourage him to do that. we cannot let this economy become the victim by tact cal politics. >> those aren't sure, how would the president enact the 14th amendment. >> how would the steps play out there. >> it would be a straightforward excuse me order. the 14 th amendment. you can't if the congress refused to authorize it, the president by executive order would direct treasu tree to meet the obligations coming due and that would include the bondholders who have lengtht us money, the contractors in the middle of construction of a road and then, obviously, there would be a lawsuit that followed an the courts would have to sort out who is right or wrong, but our view is that allowing either party by the way, republicans now to use this as a tactic economic nuclear weapon has just got to be off limits. >> the other option we have heard from which i think is the more comic cal is that the secretary has the power to print through the u.s. mint. any sort of denomination, a coin a bill he could print a trillion dollar coin. >> i guess it is. >> it makes
to dominate the middle-east, establish a cal fay. to -- they are focused on that with amazing zealotry and consistenciful they are on the rise in the middle-east, in iraq, in syria, in libya, in northern africa, in mali. that's just the harsh reality of it. certainly, it came very close to all of us, being on the rise in libya, as a result of the fiasco in benghazi. they are taking advantage of the revolutionary change that is sweeping through the middle-east. they are not the catalysts for tbut they see it as an opportunity and they are all in. so mali is important to us. but it runs square in the face, i think of the obama administration's policy, which is unstated, disengage from the middle-east. >> jamie: it sounds like, even if we near one place and not another, we will never be able to let our guard down. in order to do that, we not only need administration support. we have the military commitment. it seems to me, we need the public support, also for our troops and our familiarly and the job that they do. i am going to throw you -- not a curve ball, but it may sound like an odd-b
, the former cal star. five yards shy, he never saw the ball again. houston gets them again and texans play at new england next sunday. >>> warriors with a 21 point win over the clippers wednesday night but that was at oracle. last night's game at staple and l.a., exacting some revenge. steph curry driving. missing. he has his back. l.a., though, they would dominate from then on. blake griffin, 2 of 11 shooting wednesday, 14 first quarter points, finished with 20. that capped the 19-2 run for the clipper lead. harris and barns stopped the bleeding a little there. but warriors, just 12 points and matt barnes makes it 35 - 12. chris paul, 27 in the game, drains the three. clippers up 23. just how go was it going for the clippers? eric bledsoe, shot clock winding down. made it. the loss. clippers roll 115-89. >>> santa clara coach wanted a full house saturday night nor tenth-ranked gonzaga, but students are still out on winter break. so he offered a $100 hotel reimbursement out of his own pocket to students who live on campus and had nowhere to crash lift night. twelve took him up on the offer
with a tanker ship sideswiped a bay bridgetower, will be in court. the ship is anchored off alcatraz. cal tran says the bay bridgetower suffered only a minor scrape. >> we will check with meteorologist leigh glaser for the forecast. >> we will have hazy sunshine later at mid-morning the fog lists and up to 63 in santa rosa, and 61 for livermore. told weather moves in tuesday and wednesday,. >> early stalls at bay bridge inching along the toll plaza still has it jammed to the first overcrossing with caltrains at palo alto otherwise the mass transit is o ♪ sweet home alabama [ cheers and applause ] >>> great tuesday crowd here in times square. probably some crimson tide fans there in times square. big shoutout to robin at home. great to have amy robach here. sam is in las vegas. he's getting ready to judge the miss america competition. and josh is in miami, after the big blowout last night. and check out the focus on this man. surrounded by crimson tide cheerleaders, he is all business. that's the study of a newsman right there, josh elliott. >> that's right. undeterred. >> we were laughing. i
cruz sentinel" in cal has the headline, "gun control a loaded argument." the authors of the article ask several experts if we are safer against an intruder with a gun in our hands. the "daily courier in" prescott, arizona writes about barry goldwater's photographs, an exhibit that opened this weekend features photographs taken by the conservative senator. most of the photos are portraits of the navajo heem and pictures of the arizona landscape. the "los angeles times" has a story about how the university of arizona is the first in the country to offer a minor degree in hip-hop. the school added that concentration toyotas africana studies program. it's part of a trend to give serious academic study to the subject. that's kind of fun. >>> well, not fun, the new and deadly violence in afghanistan, which has killed at least seven civilians. this in a blast inside a mosque following a night raid by nato and afghan troops. that violence comes amid fresh reaction to an accelerated timeline for u.s. troops to withdraw from the region. earlier on "meet the press" colin powell said the u.s. would
. skinny foods to help you stick to your new year's resolution. joy bauer is here with low cal ideas to keep us from falling off our prescribed lifestyle change. >> hello. first of all, let me say congratulations on your book. i read it every day. >> first, coleslaw. >> creamy foods. >> and you take fatty coleslaw and skinny it down a bit. >> the best part is it's pre-made for you. they already do the slicing and dicing. the entire bag is only 80 calories and cabbage has cancer fighting properties. mix non-fat greek yogurt and light mayonnaise and splash of apple cider vinegar and it's sensation. you can dump this on the skillet with oil and seasoning. >> have a stir-fry. >> or soy sauce and have mu chui vegetables. >> cauliflower. >> i like to put it on the baking seat. roast it for 30 minutes, take it out and top it with parmesan cheese, put it back in for five minutes and it crisps up beautifull beautifully. also use half potatoes and cauliflower and drive down the calories. >> i actually seem it and mash it. >> and use light cream cheese and broth, and seasoning, really goo good.
of representatives. you would not expect radal cal action on guns to go through the house of representatives. in fact, i'm not sure i'd expect it to be proposed by this administration. i do expect there to be movement on high-capacity magazines, on being able to trace data. i do expect there to be movement on closing what some people call the gun show loophole. what really means is private transactions don't have essentially any real regulation around them. it's much larger than gun shows and about 30% to 40% of all guns are sold this way. and the assault rifle ban, that was a ban that had a lot of holes in it in the first place. it had a very difficult time defining what was and wasn't an assault weapon. it had a lot of cosmetic features to it. they tried to do it based on what they looked. i think it would be important to tighten that down, but i think most people think it was more significant in tightening the assault weapons ban. the final thing i'd mention is that we've had a very real success in the last couple of decades cutting gun death by focusing on illegal gun possession in law enforcemen
. saying, why are we talking about cal czar dates and not the new policy at the fed, which is substantial improvement in the labor market. >> but is that some members' frustration with the idea that we've already tied it to the unemployment rate, they're going to say look, we don't agree kind of along the lines we're worried about where things are headed? i mean it sounds to me like toy are starting to see some real pushback. >> right. it's along two separate lines. there's the normal economic division. you can see that by looking at the fed's economic projections. you can see where how many members are where they are for 2013, nobody really is looking for much more than a 7% unemployment rate. this year, which i guess under that -- if those forecasts end up being correct, the fed would go on and do qe-2 the whole year. how much is a different question. >> they wouldn't taper the purchases toward the end of the year? >> they could taper it, that's one response. the issue becomes, barry, setting expectations. right? you've got to set expectations for how long. and how much. and this balanc
from themn the fice, which i think is hilarious. i would just cal i sk cause i don't want to be near them >> so many pple come in, they're hacking. it's like, stay home. >> we're all guilty -- we've all done it. >> i never call in sk. voice. f us come in with no >> oh, yeah. >> mr. roker. >> whoa! >> great thing about this app, itets youlameomebody and at's gd. >> right when someonwas in, herbert's sick again. all right. spotght on the gu >>> jus how unpopular is congress? a newling survey shows congress ls popular than the following. conoscopies, cockroaches, root canals, france of all things. >>ow! >> if u can believe that. >> even head lice, believet or no on that list. >> thas anher one. i was amazed of the positive numbers on ckroaches, 47%. people like cockroaches? >> who ew? >> cockroach lobby. >> who put this list together? nickelback is on there, meth lab, linds lohan. the kardashians a on there. >> cs has a higher approval ratg than the kardhians, linds lohan. >>hey are known to d these fun, exotic polls. some peoplhave criticized i but theve made their point. 9% was the nu
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